Ecuador's authorities arrest senior executive of data analytics firm Novaestrat over massive data breach

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A massive data breach has left personal details of almost all Ecuadorian citizens exposed on internet
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A massive data breach has left personal details of almost all Ecuadorian citizens exposed on internet

Data breach left the personal details of almost all Ecuadorian citizens exposed on the internet

Authorities in Ecuador have arrested a senior executive of data analytics firm Novaestrat in connection with the massive data breach revealed earlier this week. The breach left the personal details...

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